Chulachuli Cave, a religious and tourist area in Dalgaon of Ram Prasadrai Village Municipality-4 of Bhojpur. Although idols of various deities can be seen here, this place is obscured due to lack of publicity. Apart from this area of this amazing place, no such stone can be seen anywhere else in the vicinity.
Out of the total area of 147181 sq. Km of Nepal, Ram Prasad Rai village municipality has 0.11 percent and the total area of No. 1 state is 25905 sq. Km. The total area of Bhojpur district is 1507 sq. Km. Occupying 10.38 percent of the total area of this gaupalika is 156.25 sq. Km. Has been Vada no. 4 .
The area of Savik Dalgaon is 20.16 sq. Km. Has been To reach Bhojpur headquarters from here, the total (5 funds) is 18.50 km. Has been Signs of various natural, religious, cultural and historical pride are enough to introduce Bhojpur. Located in the middle of the mid-hill district of the eastern region, this district is as famous as it is remote. Kirant is predominant in the culture here.-Chulachuli Cave
At one time, Bhojpur was connected to Taksar Bazaar. . While traveling in the east of the country, King Mahendra had instructed to develop Taksar as an industrial city. V.S. to cut copper money. Founded in 1872, Tuxar. Taksar is currently without Tak. That introduction is currently given by Bhojpuri Khukuri and Karuwa. Taksar seems to have lost its credibility. Poor thing looks helpless, Taksar!
Bhojpur is the district headquarters. When you reach Bhojpur, the attractive hilly Nagbeli natural volume attracts everyone. Currently, the main feature of Bhojpur is its tourist heritage. Tamkedanda on the border of Khotang and Bhojpur is known as the highest hill in the eastern region. -Chulachuli Cave
Salpa-Siliching, Siddhakali Temple, Satdhara, Shadananda Ashram, Dingla, Nag Chhanga, Baikunthe, historical Hatuwagadi etc. are famous for their religious beliefs. Kiranti culture is enough for those who study culture and history.
The view of the largest and highest Pikhuwa river waterfall in the district captivates anyone. Apart from that, Bhojpur has invaluable natural resources like Chakheva Danda, Ghoretar Bazaar, Hanspokhari, Dingla, Taksar Bazaar, Suntaledanda, Raniwas, Payundanda etc. Chulachuli Cave
Bhojpur is beautiful, but neither the state nor the locals have recognized its beauty. Despite having enough tourist destinations, Bhojpur is forced to become helpless due to lack of publicity. When imagining a prosperous and prosperous Bhojpur, it seems necessary to prioritize tourism. Tourism is the key to economic development.
Which can open the economic door of the district. Mainly the people of Bhojpur depend on agriculture for their livelihood. Even though Bhojpur is remote in terms of resources, the pace of development seems to be slow. However, the pace of development is slowing down. To make the district prosperous is to increase the prestige of the people of the district. If tourism can be made the backbone of the district, it will not take long to transform Bhojpur district. -Chulachuli Cave
Though Kathmandu-Bhojpur air service is in operation, it is like Aunsi-Purne. Passengers are forced to make arduous journeys as the Hile-Leguwa road, which is considered reliable, could not be upgraded. To reach Bhojpur, one has to make a arduous journey of about one day by vehicle from Dharan.
The main land of Bhojpur is considered to be the tributary of Kirant, Hindu and Buddhist. The Rai priest of Mainathan, considered to be the oldest Mahadevathan, considers himself a sage Brahmin. The natural idol in the ancient cave known as Pashupati of the East is now called Hareshwar-Haleshwar and Halesi Mahadev by associating it with the story of Bhasmasur in ancient times. Buddhists also consider Halesi to be a place of pilgrimage, believing that the Buddhist Tantric Siddha Padmasambhava, who came to Nepal from India via Nepal, lived in this Halesi cave. -Chulachuli Cave
Traditional Shaivites have been worshiping Mahadev here daily since time immemorial. Since most of the Shaivite priests are sannyasis, the priests here were also Giri, Puri and Sannyasi. These noble priests abound in the red seals of land given to them by King Sen. The goddess Bhornagi is on the hill extending east from the base of Tamke, and the goddess Pakhuva is on the north side of Kalidanda, south of the Siktel river flowing east. Both of these daily offerings have Rai priests in Devithan. Behereshwar Mahadev Than is located on the banks of Behere river which flows east from Selme to Pamakham Bhanjyang on the southern hill. There is an interesting legend about a large stone being considered as an idol of Mahadev.
There is an inaccessible hill to the south of the head of Behere river. Where, when seen from Wari, there is a picture of a procession walking, carrying a doli – which is called a story in connection with the wedding of Golma King Golma Rani. It is also said that Gauri cows used to graze in the Rani forest around the hill. Like the Siddhakali of Bhojpur district headquarters and the former small base of Siddhakali of Khotang, Gutma farm has been given to the priest Brahmin for daily worship of Goddess Golma at Behereshwar Mahadev. -Chulachuli Cave
Chulachuli Cave is another religious and cultural site in the middle of all these religious sites. Scattered around the cave, you can see the statues of various gods and goddesses. There is a statue of Mahadev inside the cave. There is a legend that gods and goddesses used to come here to perform penance in the midst of natural beauty in this region inhabited by Kirats. There is another legend about this beautiful cave. There is a legend that Lord Shiva Haleshi Jada used to rest here for some time. From a religious point of view, it is important, but also from a tourist point of view, it has a lot of potential
Trekking is also one of the most important tourist destinations. This is a legend from the time of God. There is a legend that gods and goddesses also came to the Barah area on the banks of Kausika and reached Behereshwar Mahadev, Nagchhanga Chulachuli Cave, Pakhuwa Devi place, Tamke Danda, Halesi Mahadev place, Dudhkoshi and Pashupati Nath, Shleshmantak forest. Even considering this as a basis, the importance of Chulachuli cave becomes clear.
Therefore, only the development of Chulachuli cave should be done by the local municipality by making DPR. But that alone is not enough. From spreading its propaganda. All programs including transportation, hotels should be connected to it. To do this, the local municipalities, the state government and the federal government should take the lead in formulating a trekking route work plan. On the one hand, it is necessary to develop it as a tourist area, but also on the basis of its religious significance.